The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky installed its 2017 leadership at an event held Thursday, December 1st at Summit Hills Country Club in Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
The development team working on a $25 million mixed-use development in Over-the-Rhine has a name and groundbreaking date for the project. Source 3 Development, the downtown-based development group that is leading the development of the northwest corner of Liberty and Elm streets, named its development Freeport Row. The name is an ode to Freeport Alley, which is being preserved in the center of the project. Source 3 Development plans to break ground on the project in March 2017.
On Nov. 8, Mariemont will vote on Issue 26. The purpose of Issue 26 is to create a process for assessing future stop signs on residential streets in Mariemont that complies with the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices, as required by Ohio Revised Code Section 4511.11. The November 2015 Mayor’s Bulletin reviewed the current process for assessing potential stop signs. The Village does not use an engineer for stop sign studies, as required by the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Nor does Mariemont use the criteria in Section 2B of the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices to assess if a stop sign is warranted or not.
When Maureen McDermott started working on Aberlin Springs, a 139-home community in Union Township with a working farm as its central feature, she had no idea how strong the response was going to be from prospective buyers. Now, more than 60 people have put up refundable $1,000 checks to be on a position list for the community. “I’m totally surprised,” McDermott told me. A partner with downtown-basedNorthPointe Group, McDermott has spent more than three years looking at the agri-community model.
Fresh off the completion of its new 25,000-square-foot headquarters in Symmes Township, Horter Investment Management plans to continue adding to its local and national ranks of investment advisers.
An Alabama developer is working to bring a $38 million apartment project to the heart of Covington. RealtyLink, based in Birmingham, has been working on plans to bring about 180 apartments to Covington’s Mainstrasse area for about a year and a half. Wednesday night, the company will have its first public hearing on the massive redevelopment project. John Whitson, principal with RealtyLink, said Covington and the Mainstrasse area are ripe for development.
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